A real struggle that a lot of equestrians all around the world have is to stop a horse from continuing to do something that they really like the whole day. Spending time with horses is definitely the time that we have some of the most beautiful moments in our lives, it is also associated with a lot of difficult moments, however, in general, it is a time worth spending.
During these days, we are really limited to do the things that we want, however, we can always be creative and find ways to entertain not only our horses but ourselves as well. We are frequently asked the question of whether animals (in our case, horses) are affected by COVID-19, which is a virus that has isolated the normal flow of life all over the world as people need to be quarantined so they won’t get affected by it, on the other hand, they need to be careful with their loved ones.
I want to tell all of you that horses are not affected by it and you do not need to be scared of it. People should be careful but not scared. It is a challenge that the whole world is facing and we will all go through it. Once again, do not be scared for the safety of your animals as COVID-19 won’t affect them.
Now let’s get back to our topic. Sometimes, all of us struggle to get our horses’ attention, especially when they are occupied in activities that they enjoy doing. It is almost impossible to convince them not to do something if they are really entertained by it, I don’t think that you can find a more stubborn animal than horses and I know that all the horse people out there would agree with me.
In the video below, you will see 7 methods that you can use to call your horses. All of them are either entertaining or helpful, some of them even both. Please have a look and let us know if you are using one of these methods. I have a feeling that a lot of you already do.
And here it is, all 7 ways to catch a horse, to better help you choose a method that may work for you (we'd be surprised ????) … plus a bonus one, how it all started ???? by Brookby Heights International
Posted by Horses-Videos on Sunday, January 20, 2019